Carter T. White mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Graphene, Carbon nanotube, Fermi level and Nanotechnology. Carter T. White combines topics linked to Dielectric with his work on Condensed matter physics. His work carried out in the field of Graphene brings together such families of science as Scattering and Nanostructured materials.
His Carbon nanotube research integrates issues from Ballistic conduction and Work. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Fermi level, Hydrogen, Chemical physics, Density functional theory and Spin polarization is strongly linked to Electronic structure. His Band gap study incorporates themes from Fullerene and Tight binding.
Carter T. White focuses on Molecular dynamics, Condensed matter physics, Shock wave, Mechanics and Chemical physics. His studies deal with areas such as Diamond, Molecular solid, Detonation, Molecular physics and Diatomic molecule as well as Molecular dynamics. His Condensed matter physics research includes themes of Fermi level and Graphene.
In his research on the topic of Graphene, Density of states and Electronic structure is strongly related with Carbon nanotube. In his study, Compression is inextricably linked to Shock, which falls within the broad field of Shock wave. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Piston and Classical mechanics.
His main research concerns Shock wave, Molecular dynamics, Mechanics, Condensed matter physics and Graphene. His Shock wave research integrates issues from Nickel, Metastability, Femtosecond, Molecular physics and Shock. His Molecular dynamics research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Phase transition, Piston, Reactive empirical bond order and Detonation.
His work on Laminar flow as part of general Mechanics study is frequently linked to Elastic plastic, Transverse plane and Moving window, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Band gap as part of general Condensed matter physics study is frequently connected to Edge and Zigzag, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His study in Graphene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fermi level, Scattering and Spin polarization.
His primary areas of study are Condensed matter physics, Band gap, Density functional theory, Graphene and Shock wave. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes, Carbon nanotube and Carbon nanotube quantum dot. His Band gap study incorporates themes from Tight binding and Graphene nanoribbons.
His Graphene research incorporates elements of Polarization, Scattering and Fermi level. His research integrates issues of Molecular dynamics, Metastability, Femtosecond, Molecular physics and Breaking wave in his study of Shock wave. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phase transition and Mechanics.
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Are fullerene tubules metallic
J. W. Mintmire;B. I. Dunlap;C. T. White.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
Helical and rotational symmetries of nanoscale graphitic tubules.
C. T. White;D. H. Robertson;J. W. Mintmire.
Physical Review B (1993)
Universal Density of States for Carbon Nanotubes
J. W. Mintmire;C. T. White.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Shock Compression of Condensed Matter
Michael D. Furnish;Mark Elert;Thomas P. Russell;Carter T. White.
Shock Compression of Condensed Matter (2006)
Ballistic Transport in Graphene Nanostrips in the Presence of Disorder: Importance of Edge Effects
Denis A Areshkin;Daniel Gunlycke;Carter T White.
Nano Letters (2007)
Graphene Valley Filter Using a Line Defect
D. Gunlycke;C. T. White.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
Electronic and structural properties of carbon nanotubes
J.W. Mintmire;C.T. White.
On the origin of the universal dielectric response in condensed matter
K. L. Ngai;A. K. Jonscher;C. T. White.
Molecular-dynamics simulations of atomic-scale friction of diamond surfaces.
Harrison Ja;White Ct;Colton Rj;Brenner Dw.
Physical Review B (1992)
Tight-binding energy dispersions of armchair-edge graphene nanostrips
D. Gunlycke;C. T. White.
Physical Review B (2008)
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